Wear it Purple
How to respect your transgender studentsAugust 26, 2021
A transgender, or trans, person, is someone who does not identify with the gender that they were assigned at birth. When they were born, a doctor looked at them, made a judgement based on their physical features and wrote “male” or “female” on their paperwork.
Expression of Self: Navigating pronouns in schoolsAugust 25, 2021
By changing one word in a sentence or by introducing yourself in a way that asserts your preferred pronouns, you might well help change a little piece of the world for the better.
Wear purple on 27 August and foster year-round support of LGBTIQ youthAugust 24, 2021
Research shows that 75 per cent of LGBTIQ youth will be bullied just for being who they are.
Federation joins celebrations for Wear it Purple DaySeptember 09, 2020
Federation joined more than 750 schools and universities as well as a range community organisations, corporations and government departments to recognise and celebrate Wear It Purple Day on 28 August.
Wear It Purple Day celebrates 10 years!August 25, 2020
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wear It Purple Day, an initiative set up by young people to recognise that LGBTIQ (Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Intersex and Queer/Questioning) young people have the right to be who they are, and can be proud of who they are.
Be inclusive every daySeptember 22, 2019
any schools, workplaces and organisations recently celebrated Wear It Purple Day in order to demonstrate their support for LGBTIQ or rainbow young people.
Wear It Purple Day 2019August 30, 2019
Federation joined with more than 750 schools, universities, community organisations and workplaces to celebrate Wear It Purple Day, and to show young rainbow people that they have respect, acceptance and support.
Wear it Purple Day: empowering togetherJuly 24, 2019
Wear it Purple Day will be held on Friday 30 August with the theme – Stand Up. Stand Out
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